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    Parliamentary finance indicates government negligence regarding the budget

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    Parliamentary finance indicates government negligence regarding the budget Empty Parliamentary finance indicates government negligence regarding the budget

    Post by Rocky Tue May 14, 2024 6:08 am

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    Member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, MP Hussein Moanis, confirmed on Tuesday that delaying sending amendments to the 2024 budget schedules to Parliament is a negligence on the part of the government.
    Mu'nis told Al-Maalouma, "Extending the legislative term of the House of Representatives for a month was aimed at allowing the government to complete and implement amendments to the special schedules for the 2024 budget and send them to Parliament within this period."
    He added, "The committee believes that the delay in sending the schedules is negligent and cannot last longer due to the governorates and state sectors' need for funds to implement projects," indicating that "the committee is still waiting for them to be sent in order to study them and present them to the council for a vote."
    The House of Representatives decided to extend the current legislative term for a period of 30 days, in order to wait for the 2024 budget schedules to be sent from the government and to resolve the crisis of electing a new Speaker of the House of Representatives. Ended / 25 AD
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